Graeme Newman

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Graeme R. Newman (born December 13, 1939) is an American scholar of criminal justice and Distinguished Teaching Professor at University at Albany.[1] He is a recipient of J. Francis Finnegan Memorial Prize in Criminology.

Newman is the vice president of Center for Problem Oriented Policing and pioneered the establishment of the United Nations Crime and Justice Information Network. He is known for his research on crime prevention.[2]

Books[edit]

  • Newman, G. (1995), Just And Painful: A Case for Corporal Punishment of Criminals, Criminal Justice Pr
  • Newman, G. (2008), The Punishment Response, Transaction Publishers
  • Newman, G. (2018), Punishment and Privilege, 2nd ed. Independently published

References[edit]

  1. ^ Graeme Newman
  2. ^ Morris, Terence (May 1979). "Comparative Deviance: Perception and Law in Six Cultures.Graeme Newman". American Journal of Sociology. 84 (6): 1477–1479. doi:10.1086/226950. ISSN 0002-9602. Retrieved 10 July 2018.

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